Shoppers visiting Coventry City Centre won’t have to worry about parking charges on late night shopping Wednesdays on the run up to Christmas thanks to Coventry City Council’s “free after 3” offer.
Bell Green Library will be hosting the author Sal Tonge at the launch of ‘Books to help with life’s ups and downs’.
Councillors, who have been reviewing the way health services work in the city, have joined more than 35,000 Facebook visitors by watching a music video promoting safe sex.
Coventry City Council is to close the majority of its buildings and services over the Christmas and New Year period.
The Romanian Ambassador visited Coventry in a trip set to strengthen trade links with the city and encourage future investment.
Residents are being reminded to get all their gardening chores done in time for the last garden waste (brown lidded bin) collections of the year.
An exciting new project to help city centre independent retailers, called ‘Coventry Cloud’, is offering people who sign up special discounts and offers at the stores taking part.
More than 300 delegates from agencies and community groups across Coventry and the West Midlands came together for a major city conference to combat Female Genital Mutilation (FGM).
The people of Coventry have another reason to celebrate after winning a Green Apple Gold Award from the Green Organisation, jointly with the town of Rotherham, for the programme of wild flower plantin
Trading Standards are warning people who may have genuine PPI claims to be wary of companies pretending to be dealing with them, after a Coundon man was conned out of some money.
A Coventry City Council youth worker has been honoured in the National Youth Agency's Youth Worker of the Year Awards for his outstanding work with some of the city’s hardest-to-reach young people.
Construction of the new bridge deck at Junction 6 of the Coventry Ring Road will reach a major landmark in November.
Coventry city councillors have supported a deal to sell the Council’s share in ACL – the company that runs the Ricoh Arena – to Wasps Rugby Club.
As part of the Good Neighbours Stop Rogue Traders' campaign, Coventry Consumer Network are urging residents in to look out for rogue doorstep traders who prey on elderly and vulnerable neighbours.
A COLD-calling Coleshill roofer who failed to tell customers about their right to cancel work has been prosecuted after an investigation by the Coventry Trading Standards team.
Life-saving safety tips are being dished out by Trading Standards officers to help combat a silent killer which lurks in our homes.
More than £2,000 worth of illegal tobacco has been seized by Coventry Trading Standards with the help of two four-legged friends.
Coventry Trading Standards are warning tenants about potential scams and fees from rogue letting agents.
Further funding for the Coventry Consumer Network - a partnership between Coventry CAB and Coventry Trading Standards.
Vulnerable Coventry residents who have fallen prey to scams are being given advice and support by our Trading Standards Team after referrals from a new, National information organisation.
Coventry Trading Standards are issuing a warning about rogue traders looking to take advantage of elderly or vulnerable people in Coventry.
Coventry Trading Standards are advising consumers and businesses of new legislation that covers contracts made at their home, in shops and by distance selling.
As Scam Awareness Month draws to a close, Coventry Trading Standards and Coventry CAB are focusing on doorstep scams.
Coventry Trading Standards are issuing a warning to the public and local retailers about the minimum cost of alcohol.
Scam Awareness Month – Dementia Awareness 21 May 2014
Scam Awareness Month continues and this week, Coventry Trading Standards and Coventry CAB are focusing on telephone scams.
Scam Awareness Month continues and this week, Coventry Trading Standards and Coventry CAB are focusing on mail scams.
Scam Awareness Month continues and this week, Coventry Trading Standards and Coventry CAB are focusing on online scams.
A Coventry shop faces prosecution after selling cigarettes to a 15-year-old girl.
We are warning about the dangers of holiday booking fraud after a recent report published by Get Safe Online alongside ABTA and the City of London Police’s National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB).